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A Dog's Life
 -by Peter Mayle

Meet Boy -- keen observer of human behavior; witty chronicler of the joys and contradictions of modern life; dog. Peter Mayle, ... Read More

   
A Wodehouse Bestiary
 -by PG Wodehouse

   
According to the Evidence
 -by Henry Cecil

Alec Morland is on trail for murder. He has tried to remedy the ineffectiveness of the law by taking matters into his own hands... Read More

   
Adrian Mole the Cappuchino Years
 -by Sue Townsend

His cooking at a top London restaurant has been equally mocked (‘the sausage on my plate could have been a turd’ &n... Read More

   
Adrian Mole: The Prostrate Years
 -by Sue Townsend

Adrian Mole is thirty-nine and a quarter. He lives in the country in a semi-detached converted pigsty with his wife Daisy and t... Read More

   
Air Mail
 -by Terry Ravenscroft

Terry Ravenscroft is one of the world's most troublesome passengers, if his letters are to be believed. "But are they?&quo... Read More

   
Ancestral Vices
 -by Tom Sharpe

This title involves left-wing academics, right-wing capitalists, true-blue country gentry, workers, peasants, police and lawyer... Read More

   
Anybody Out There?
 -by Marian Keyes

Life is perfect for Anna Walsh. She has the "Best Job in the World" as a PR exec for a top-selling urban beauty brand... Read More

   
Aunt Erma's Cope Book
 -by Erma Bombeck

In this book Erma comes out--out of the kitchen--with these gems: No longer will she be the only woman on the block to wear a s... Read More

   
Beasts in my Belfry
 -by Gerald Durrell

 Durrell's account of his early years as a keeper at Whipsnade Zoo filled with the usual assortment of animal characters, ... Read More



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